now , more cameras , more battery life and more added features , best part lower price! , now i call this a respectable upgrade for iphone lovers
The Good Even faster speed, improved battery life. The iPhone 11’s cameras get an excellent new Night Mode and an ultrawide-angle camera that can add extra detail in photos. Fantastic video camera.
The Bad Only Pro models get the 2x telephoto. The ultrawide-angle camera doesn’t add Night Mode. No USB-C port. The Pro phones have a faster 18-watt charger but the iPhone 11 doesn’t. Still has a good (but not OLED) display.
The Bottom Line Apple may have skipped flashy extras on this year’s phones, but the iPhone 11 is the best midtier model the company’s ever made
When you first hear the names of Apple’s new iPhones — the iPhone 11, — you may have some questions. Where’s the iPhone X ($899 at Amazon)? And what makes the iPhone Pro… Pro? What happened to last year’s and XS Max ($1,099 at Amazon)? This year’s new phones are polished sequels (literally and figuratively) to the three we got last year. For some people the iPhone 11 just needs to be better than the XS. And it indeed is. But for others, it’s nice to know where Apple stands in the larger landscape of phones. There are , plus bizarre and expensive like . And then there’s the more expensive $799 , which actually makes the $699 iPhone 11 look like an even better value.
Apple did a great job with new features,like in dimly lit situations and taken in situations where the lighting is bright enough for you to see, but nothing like being outside on a sunny day.
But there’s a good reason why the company named its more expensive and fancier phones “Pro” this year: Price. Apple is smartly targeting the $699 (£729, AU$1,199) iPhone 11 as the phone for most people, in the same mold as the iPhone XR ($749 at Amazon) last year.